This prestigious and exciting week showcases the creative talents of our art degree students in Hastings. The final year students have worked hard, particularly during these challenging times, to present their final pieces to friends, family, the public, and potential employers.
The fifth floor at our Station Plaza campus has been transformed into a live exhibition space and features the work of over 50 young artists from our BA (Hons) courses in Animation, Designer Maker, Fine Art, Graphics, Illustration, and Photography.
This week-long exhibition runs from Tuesday 22nd until Saturday 26th June, with a private view on Friday 25th, where guests can meet the artists.
David Fowler, Head of Higher Education at East Sussex College, said, "The end of year show is a fantastic celebration of three years of hard work from our students. The BA programmes focus on practice and research and encourage our students to explore ideas and materials while pursuing individual practice.
"In a year like no other, this year’s graduating cohort have continued to create under the most difficult of circumstances, and we are proud to present their achievements here.
"The show encompasses a broad array of subject matter, diverse themes and a careful selection of key works which echo the individual interests of each student. We hope many of you can come and join us to celebrate their achievements."
If you would like to visit the show, you will need to book your place for free on Eventbrite.
The show runs from 10:00am until 4:00pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and 10:00am until 2:00pm on Saturday. Book on Eventbrite.
There are two time slots available for the Private View on Friday evening. The first runs from 5:00pm until 7:00pm and the second slot is 7:00pm until 9:00pm. Book on Eventbrite.
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